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DXmCvtCStoOS(3X)					      DXmCvtCStoOS(3X)

NAME
       DXmCvtCStoOS  -	Converts a compound string to an operating-system spe‐
       cific format. Currently uses text format.

SYNOPSIS
       Opaque DXmCvtCStoOS (cs, byte_count, status)
	       XmString	 cs;
	       long	 *byte_count;
	       long	 *status;

PARAMETERS
       A compound string.  The number of bytes in the  length  of  the	output
       string.	 The  status  of the conversion procedure, indicated by one of
       the following values:

	      ──────────────────────────────────────────────────

	      Value		     Description

	      ──────────────────────────────────────────────────

	      DXmCvtStatusOK	     The  conversion  was  suc‐
				     cessful.

	      DXmCvtStatusDataLoss   Data  was	lost during the
				     conversion.

	      DXmCvtStatusFail	     The  conversion  was   not
				     successful.

	      ──────────────────────────────────────────────────

DESCRIPTION
       The  DXmCvtCStoOS  routine  converts a compound string to an operating-
       system specific format.	It currently uses text format.	The user  must
       free the string by using the Intrinsic routine XtFree.

RETURN VALUES
       The address of the file-compatible format string.

							      DXmCvtCStoOS(3X)
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